Filling Teeth Gap
A diastema is a space or gap between two teeth. It appears most often between the two upper front teeth. Spaces develop for many reasons such as a mismatch between the size of the jaw bones and the size of the teeth, habits can also lead to gaps between the teeth etc.
If your lateral incisors are too small, your dentist may suggest widening them using bonding
The dental bonding procedure
1. Shade Selection
Dental bonding comes in a variety of colors. The dentist will need to use their shade guide (it contains samples of each of the different colors of bonding they have) to see which shade matches their patient's teeth the closest.
2. Cleaning and Tooth Preparation
A strong bond can't be formed unless the tooth's surface is clean. The dentist will polish the tooth to remove any debris that's accumulated.
3. Applying the Bonding Agent
The dentist will now paint or dab "bonding agent" (a liquid plastic) onto the etched tooth surface using a small brush or applicator and then use their drill to trim it back to the proper shape.
Note: The result may vary